The 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport has a lot to live up to, because the Freelander it replaces was a popular car.
The new version adds plenty, in the form of an extra pair of seats, more interior practicality and luxury and a new, upgraded infotainment system. It will also come with a new 2.0-litre diesel engine that promises CO2 emissions of 119g/km, although that won't arrive until later next year.
To see how the new car stacks up in the eyes of the public, we invited several What Car? readers along to see what they made of it.